An interview with an Erasmus student

Thomas Garcin, from the Universite Paris-Sorbonne, tells us all about his year abroad at UCL History 2015-16.  What made you choose to study history at UCL? Different things, including in part chance. Given my special course (double degree, one in history, one in English Language, Literature, and Civilisations) going to an English speaking country was…

An interview with Coleman Dennehy

UCL History chats to our newest Visiting Research Fellow, Dr Coleman Dennehy from University College Dublin: Coleman, what attracted you to coming to UCL on secondment? “I would have to say I found UCL attractive on a number of different levels. In the first instance, its reputation for both teaching and research. It is staffed…

A rainstorm of academic inspiration

Students’ impressions from the London Summer School in Intellectual History The London Summer School in Intellectual History is a rare opportunity for graduate students to acquire further training in the discipline and its different methodologies. It includes special workshops, masterclasses, feedback on current research, and advice on writing and publishing. London is now one of the international…